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Burlington County's Best, 2009

Mount Holly, NJ, 11 November 2009 – Today’s edition of the Burlington County Times names RYEBREAD Architects in their annual “Best of Burlington” readers poll. Regan Young England Butera: Referendums, Engineering, Architecture, Design (aka RYEBREAD) has been deemed “Best Architects” every year since 1998, when the category first was created.

RYEBREAD is an architecture/planning/interior design firm located at the gateway of Mount Holly. Our Clients are boards of education, municipalities, businesses, and individuals. Current projects include a $9.4M of capital improvements at Hainesport School, renovating the Wardens House at the Burlington County Historic Prison Museum, and a new facility for the Tabernacle Rescue Squad. We are also working on building upgrades in the New Hanover, Pemberton, Edgewater Park, and Southampton school districts, as well as Lighthouse Tabernacle Church in Lumberton.

Obviously, word has gotten out. Centrally positioned near exits to Interstate 295 and the NJ Turnpike, our firm now serves Clients not just around Burlington County, but also beyond. Over the last year, RYEBREAD has been hired by school boards in Oaklyn (Camden County), Mullica Hill (Gloucester County), and Salem (Salem County).

The RYEBREAD staff consists of firm principals Regan Young, Scott England, & Angelo Butera, project managers Roy Ruby & Patrick Farmer, and office manager Michelle Zoppina. In addition, this semester Francesca Bonapart of the University of Cincinnati is doing a co-op with the firm.

RYEBREAD Architects personnel Regan Young, Scott England, Angelo Butera, Roy Ruby, Patrick Farmer, Michelle Zoppina, and Francesca Bonapart.